Resolving International Conflict: Culture and Business Strategy

  title={Resolving International Conflict: Culture and Business Strategy},
  author={F. Trompenaars},
  journal={Business Strategy Review},
  • F. Trompenaars
  • Published 1996
  • Economics
  • Business Strategy Review
  • To minimise conflict between cultures, you must first analyse - measure even - the differences between them. That is the starting point for the third 1996 Stockton Lecture, reproduced here. The author identifies seven dimensions by which cultures can be distinguished from each otherwhich he defines as: Universalism versus Particularism; Collectivism versus Individualism; Affective versus Neutral relationships; Specificity versus Diffuseness; Achievement versus Ascription; Orientation towards… CONTINUE READING
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